Mike Woods’ racing season was maybe more crushing but still triumphant than any cyclist’s in the world, and like always, his wife Elly had his back.
A typical morning for Vincent De Haître starts with breakfast and a coffee and then he’s off to the cycling track. There, he’ll ride with teammates, or solo, doing interval training or hitting the road for a longer ride. After that, he’ll head home, eat again, nap, head back to the gym for a few hours, then back home for dinner and then bed.
There aren’t many prizes in the wrestling world that Erica Wiebe hasn’t already captured, but one exception is a gold medal at the World Wrestling Championships, which in late October she’ll take her shot to claim.
An off year for Canada’s top female triathlete was branded by injuries and hardships but hasn’t affected her competitive spirits as she looks ahead to next year and the 2020 Olympics.
Just three years into her ultimate frisbee career, Ottawa’s Emily Scott is already competing on the world stage. Scott wouldn’t be playing at the world junior championships for ultimate, let alone playing the sport if it weren’t for a devastating injury that derailed her soccer career.
After flirting with gold for the past two years at the Canadian Sprint Canoe Kayak Championships, the Rideau Canoe Club is back on top, claiming top spot at the final event of the 2018 edition.
Olivia De Couvreur won a bronze medal with Canada’s women’s rugby team at the third Summer Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.